Wichita – We Need Your Help!
You may have read about or heard of the many Million Meals packing events The Salvation Army has been hosting in partnership with Numana, Inc. Thousands of volunteers from Indiana, California, Kansas, Missouri, and other states have already turned out to these community events to help us package several million meals for earthquake survivors in Haiti.
Get excited because we have another opportunity coming up this weekend! Our next Million Meals event will be held in Wichita, Kansas on Saturday, March 20 and Sunday, March 21. We appreciate all the support we’ve received thus far and we need your continued efforts to reach our goal of providing this food for Haiti! Below is what you need to know about how to get involved. More detailed information can be found at The Salvation Army Wichita website at www.millionmeals.net.
|What:||Community event to package one million meals to send to earthquake survivors at The Salvation Army relief camps in Haiti.|
|Where:||Century II, Bob Brown Expo Hall
225 West Douglas (See flyer for directions and parking)
|When:||• Saturday, March 20, 2010 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
• Sunday, March 21, 2010 from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
|Who:||Anyone willing to help
(Children of any age are welcome to participate with an adult)
|How:||You can help by:|
|• Volunteering to package food
(1 Hour commitment and no sign-up necessary)
|• Becoming a “Red Shirt” leader (Formerly known as “green shirts”) - Training and leading other volunteers
(4 Hour commitment and you will need to sign-up online)
|• Posting a flyer and spreading the word at your church or work|
|• Donating to help purchase meals
(Each meal costs $0.30, which includes the cost of all the ingredients and shipping)